Australians have led the world in solar installations on their rooftops, but lag way behind in terms of what they do under the roof. And it’s costing them dearly.
UNSW research shows Australia is missing opportunities for sustainable growth by failing to meet Sustainable Development Goals.
IEA data smashes another renewables myth, showing that they account for a far smaller portion of global demand for minerals and metals than fossil fuels – particularly coal.
CT Climate Change and Sustainability Minister Shane Rattenbury will today sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Mayors and Ministers from several other jurisdictions to support the greater use of electric vehicles (EVs).
It’s been a busy year for start up energy pioneer Energy Renaissance and it’s latest appointment makes it clear things are ramping up. This week sees former head of UGL’s national power business Mr. Mark Chilcote formally join as Managing Director.
A team of Australian researchers is turning the notion of recycling on its head, while also building a new green manufacturing sector.
In the magical thinking of Australian policymakers, a pathway of gradual change, constructed over many decades in a growing, prosperous, coal-fired world stretches before us. But that’s not the world that currently exists.
It is amazing how much is happening, even in Australia. There may yet be hope for Australia to become a low-carbon, successful 21st century economy!
“the Code for Smart Communities will set new benchmarks for smart cities and communities across Australia, New Zealand and beyond, by providing important guidance on how to use technology, data and intelligent design to accelerate more efficient, liveable and sustainable development projects”
BHP Billiton has backed and co-developed a world-first Forests Bond, in effort to address climate change and enhance global response.